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#1 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 01 April 2006 - 12:46 AM

Has anyone ever used Cool Edit 2000 for noise reduction or elimination? Pros, cons ect. It seems a lot cheaper than the plugins for Sound Forge, but sometimes cheaper ain't better. You thoughts. I gots ta know, cuz I gots a Konvas, a really noisy Konvas and until I get a blimped camera, this is what i gots ta use.

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#2 Dan Goulder

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Posted 01 April 2006 - 03:07 AM

Has anyone ever used Cool Edit 2000 for noise reduction or elimination? Pros, cons ect. It seems a lot cheaper than the plugins for Sound Forge, but sometimes cheaper ain't better. You thoughts. I gots ta know, cuz I gots a Konvas, a really noisy Konvas and until I get a blimped camera, this is what i gots ta use.

Cool Edit was bought by Adobe, and is now called Audition. It can do an amazing job. I've used it to remove the sound of a 2C located only a couple of feet away from the microphone. However, it won't work as well if a scene calls for your actors to speak softly.
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